We work in Solid Edge for our design work. Usually we do not generate a lot of prints for a job, we design as much as we need and build from there. Being journeyman toolmakers, we know what's going on and for the work we do, this works fine. Dies will have most components detailed out for build. Our quotes do not include detailed drawings, but if the customer requires this it's no problem.
We're currently using an IBM IntelliStation Pro for CAD drawing, HP Deskjet 1120 for A & B prints, and an HP 650C for larger prints.
We also have a Roconex UV developer for making custom tags for component ID and machine labels. We make labels for machines and dies we build and also offer this as a stand alone service. Labels can include customer logo and pertinent information such as electrical data, motor sizes, and contact information.